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  ATV Trails
USA ATV Trails Guide and Riding areas Alabama to Georgia
So you are looking for a place to ride your ATV??? We have an ATV trail guide below that will give you information on riding areas and ATV trails in the USA. Our ATV Trail guide has lots of riding spots from the OHV parks, dunes, to the popular Hatfield-McCoy riding area. We are sure you will find an ATV trail near you If you have a spot that is not listed? Please send email it with this info.
Submit A Place.
 
Location Name:
Type of Riding Place:
Location (closest city):
Details:
How to get there:
For more Information contact: n/a - Phone: n/a
Submitted by:
Date Submitted:
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ATV Trail Riding Must Haves:
1 Food and Water- You should always pack a lunch and water. Camebaks can carry up to three liters of water and they have pockets.
2 Proper riding gear- Helmet DOT certified, goggles, gloves, boots and long sleeve jersey. Also we recommend a good chest protector.
3 FIRST AID KIT
4 Trail maps- It helps from getting lost and will benefit if you need to call for help.
5 Cell Phone and GPS- these are a must!!!
6 Tools- This includes spark plugs, towrope, tire repair kit, wire, tape, knife ect.
7 Other stuff- pack a whistle flash light sunscreen, insect repellent and lighter
 
Alabama
 
Location Name: Atv/dirt bike road way
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): russellville, AL USA
Details: This if a very fun trail.If you love mud come when it
has rained recently.Their are also alot of jumps(for
more experienced riders).I is a strech or dirt about
12 miles long and 40 feet wide.Their are also alot
of trails runing off of it.Theirs even a dirt bike
track!Email me for details.
How to get there:Off of Highway 243 turn on to highway 24 (near food world)
Drive about 3 to 4 miles until you see County road 77
(on the left)turn down it drive about a half mile until you see
se alot of dirt on both sides of the road and your there!
For more Information contact: Don prince - Phone: email me
Submitted by: Don Prince - donbayou220@hotmail.com Date Submitted: 7/27/1998
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Location Name: Coal Mine Mountain
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Huntsville, AL, AL USA
Details: Approximately 480 sq.miles of hilly wooded terrain. Many
easy trails and dirt roads, and many challenging 4x4 trails
(my preference). Open year round, but very limited during
hunting season, Nov-Jan. Helmets and effective mufflers are
required, but there's no admission charge. Several different
access paths, but the most popular is the county-provided
parking area.
How to get there:You need a guide for your first visit. Email me for further information.
For more Information contact: Gordon Banks - Phone: Please use email
Submitted by: Gordon Banks - glbanks@hiwaay.net Date Submitted: 3/24/1998
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Location Name: Chigger Ridge
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Hanceville, AL usa
Details: 20,000 acres of hills, hollers, powerlines, wooded trails,
hillclimbs and fire roads. Excellent place to ride, but many
areas are to diffucult for small chidren, ladies or the
underpowered crowd. 2-strokes, 4x4 atvs, or big-bores will
have a blast. Don't ride alone here! All of the trails are
natural terrain (read: rocky,rutted, steep and ever-changing!)
no facilities at the trailhead, but you can get gas or food
at exit 299!
How to get there:Take Interstate 65 to exit 299, go Northeast approx 2-3
miles to Johnson Crossing crossroads, turn right. Go approx
2 miles to where the power lines cross the road. Turn left
into parking lot/staging area. This ride spot is in Cullman
County, approx 45 miles north of birmingham, or 45 miles
south of the Decatur/Huntsville area.
Submitted by: TIM BOLES - wirmast@bellsouth.net Date Submitted: 9/23/1997
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Location Name: kentuck orv
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Oxford, AL USA
Details: We have 4 loops with over 35 miles of trails. The trails are
open year round with best times to ride in the spring and fall
How to get there:The system is locate about 60 miles east of Birmingham and
100 miles west of Atlanta, GA. just Interstate 20.
For more Information contact: John Smith - Phone: 205831-0536 831-1999
Submitted by: John Smith -  Date Submitted: 1/7/1997
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Location Name: Southern Ridge ATV Trails
Type of Riding Place: ATV, hilly, lots of trails, large mud pit, camping, rv parking, restrooms, showers,
Location (closest city): Andalusia Alabama
Details: www.southernridgeatvtrails.com
How to get there: From Andalusia Alabama take 29 N to Dozier Alabama turn right onto Hwy 77 for 6 miles then you will see Southern Ridge Sign, turn left
For more Information contact: Willie Wise
Submitted by: Willie Wise 
Date Submitted: 18 Jan 05
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Location Name: The Ridge
Type of Riding Place: ATV, Motorcycle, hilly, lots of trails, large mud pit, camping, rv parking, restrooms, showers,
Location (closest city): Springville Alabama
Details: www.ridgeriding.com
How to get there: Travel up I-59 North toward Gadsden/Atlanta. Take exit number 154 (Springville/ Odenville). Turn left and go over the interstate. You will now be on AL-174/Marietta Rd. You will go about 7/10 mile and come to a four way stop. Go straight through the four way. You will stay on this road for almost 4 miles. AL-174/Marietta Rd. will turn into Murphees Valley Rd. This will take you up Pine Mountain, careful the road makes a U-turn half way up the mountain. When you reach the top take a left onto Pine Mountain Rd. "The Ridge" will be the fourth driveway on your right.
For more Information contact: Josh White, info@ridgeriding.comDate Submitted: 02 Feb 05
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Location Name: Minooka Park
Type of Riding Place: ATV, Dirtbikes, Fishing, Hiking
Location (closest city): Jemison, Al
Located in Chilton County, the geographical center of Alabama, Minooka Park provides a convenient getaway for families. Minooka Park is primarily an ATV/Off-road motorcycle park with miles of trails dedicated to off-road enthusiasts. The ATV trails feature breath taking scenery and varying terrain. However, there is much more to Minooka Park than ATV trails; whether your interest lies in fishing for largemouth bass in Minooka Lake, hiking through natural areas in hopes of spotting a white-tail deer, grilling out under one of our many pavilions, or just relaxing on our scenic deck overlooking the lake, Minooka Park has something for everyone. A one mile walking trail around the lake with plenty of resting points provides a fun way to get your exercise. Primitive camping is also available for those who just aren’t ready to go home.
How to get there:
From south: Take I65 north to Jemison exit 219. Turn left on County Road 42 and travel 3.8 miles to traffic light. Turn right on Highway 31 north, travel 3.9 miles to County Rd 146 on right. Travel County Rd. 146 1.8 miles to entrance of park.
From north: Take I65 south to Calera exit 231. Turn right on Highway 31 south. Travel through downtown Calera. Eight miles south of downtown Calera turn left on County Rd. 146. Travel County Rd. 146 1.8 miles to entrance of park.
Address: 1922 County Road 146. GPS coordinates N 33.01865 W 086.73703
For more Information contact: Gerald Arrington - Phone: 205-312-1376
garrington@chiltoncounty.org or Minookapark.orgSubmitted by: Mark Alexander
Date Submitted: 03/07/09
 
Alaska
 
Location Name: Jim Creek
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Palmer, AK us
Details: This is in a valley and has some dunes, but lots of trails.
There are really no restrictions or. The size is very large.
You can goi year round, but will need snowmachines in the winter!
It is on state land.
How to get there:Follow old Glen Highway from Palmer and turn left at the only 4 way intersection with a light. Follow it until the pavement ends. Take the next left, it is a small trail and opens up to a parking area with places to unload.
For more Information contact: (null) - Phone: (null)
Submitted by: Sam Weatherby - SamW@cdi.netDate Submitted: 3/28/1997
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Arizona
 
Location Name: Bowl
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Casa Grande, AZ USA
Details: Three canyons. Huge jumps. Tracks everywhere. This place is for experienced riders. Conditions change weekly. Check every hill before going over, sometimes it will be a cliff. Earthmovers change hills and dump dirt.State property, no signs that say anything about "no trespassing."
How to get there:Take I-10 south to Casa Grande, get off on first Casa Grande exit. Go right on Pinal and then half a mile turn left on ValVista.Go over the over pass and at the bottom turn left on dirt rode.The bowl will be on right side. You can see it from the freeway.
For more Information contact: Eric - Phone: email
Submitted by: Eric - defcon@c2i2.com Date Submitted: 2/2/1999
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Location Name: Tonto National Forest
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Mesa, AZ US
Details: The Tonto National Forest allows riders anywhere on marked forestry trails. Sycamore Creek & Four Peaks Mountains are my favorite. Four Peaks has a 40 mile round trip from bottom to top, with early 1900's abandoned ranch houses and windmills scattered around the area.
How to get there:Approx 19 miles NE of Mesa. Both Riding area's are at the same turn off N. and S. sides of the Road on your way to Payson. Hywy 87
For more Information contact: Mesa Ranger District - Phone: Phoenix on McDowell Rd
Submitted by: Art DuBois - artrose@psn.net Date Submitted: 11/2/1998
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Location Name: Hot wells
Type of Riding Place: Dunes
Location (closest city): willcox, AZ usa
Details: dunes,20-30 arcers,mid-summer almost fall
How to get there:go on I-10 turn in at bowie 4 exit on the left
For more Information contact: n/a - Phone: n/a
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Arkansas
 
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Location Name: City Lake Trails and Lake Wedington Trails
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): SILOAM SPRINGS and GENTRY, AR USA
Details: CITY LAKE TRAILS: Heavily wooded trails, a small creek about three miles long with trails looping and twisting around. The trail system is a mediokre type trail. Ruts and many fallen trees accomadate the trails. Usually muddy after rains, you will usually see other ATV'ers and off-roadersin all the four seasons. The creek runs into the lake, it is a fairly small lake. You can fish and hunt there if you feel like, it isn't in a natioal forest and none of the fish and game commision rangers go out there. Adults will find the trails pretty easy, kids will have plenty of fun zooming down the narrow trails. All in all it's a fun place.
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Location Name: Lake Greeson Trails
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Kirby, AR USA
Details: There are approximately 30-35 miles of looping trails that
mostly follow the shoreline of the lake. The terrain is mostly
wooded and some areas have deep ravines and steep drops crossing
streams at the bottoms. The ride area is located within the
Kirby State Park in Kirby, AR. Restrictions and a map of the trails
can be obtained by contacting the State Park in Kirby.
How to get there:Located off AR state HWY 8 in Kirby, AR. These trails are
not too far southeast of the Wolf Pen Gap trails-Why not
try them both out while you're in the area!
For more Information contact: Kirby State Park - Phone: N/A
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Location Name: Wolf Pen Gap
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Mena, AR USA
Details: There are over 40 miles of trails through the beautiful Quachita Mountains with scenic mountain top views and crystal clear rock bottom creeks. The trails are designated with signs stating beginners, intermediate, or experienced riders. At the park heads are Quachita National Forest provided maps of the riding area. Anytime of the year is excellent for riding atv's. Some trails are wide enough for jeeps/trucks. Camping is allowed anywhere but at the trail heads. There are many beautiful camp sites in the mountain valley creeks.
How to get there:Take Hwy 8 to Mena, turn south on Hwy 375. Go approximately 10 miles to the trail head on the left side of the road. There are more than one trail head, but this is probably the easiest one to get to if you're not familiar with the area.
For more Information contact: Quachita National Forest Ranger Station - Phone: N/A
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Location Name: Moccasin Gap Trails
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Russellville, AR USA
Details: Ride through the mountains on 25 to 30 miles of trails. They feature some of the beautiful scenery that Arkansas has to offer. The trails are available to ATV'S, Bikes, and Horses. The best time of the year to visit would be in the spring when the dogwoods bloom and the waterfalls have plenty of water flowing over them.
How to get there:Russellville is located on I-40 75 miles west of Litte Rock. From Russellville take scenic Hwy. 7 north about 23 miles and the entrance to the trails will be on the left.
For more Information contact: Ozark National Forest Service - Phone: 501-968-2354
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California
 
ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST
Arcadia Office (626) 574-1613
www.fs.fed.us/r5/angeles/recreation/ohv.shtml
4WD, motorcycles, ATVs. Call the number above for maps and info
Location Name: Honda Valley
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Hesperia, CA USA
Details: Area contains very little soft sand and is mostly hard dirt.Lots of trails on both flat land and hills. Very large riding area to include a long soft sand river bed that will take you to Lake Hesperia so bring your fishing pole. No fishing license required but it is a pay lake stocked with trout once a week. This is the perfect spot for Quads and ATC's. Best to drive out friday afternoon and set up camp...rde all night, then ride the next morning. Starts to get busy around 10:00 a.m. on saturday. Nobody hassles you either.
How to get there:Take I-15 north from LA area to the 138(Lake Silverwood exit)and turn right. Follow winding road until you see the Lake Silverwood bait&tackle; store on the right(about 5 miles).When you see the store, take a left at the street that is right across the street from the store and drive about 2-4 miles up that road until you see a street sign that says Summit Valley road. You will also see some round metal tubing structure put there by the gas co. Turn right and you are there.
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Location Name: BEAUMONT HILLS
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): MORENO VALLEY, CA USA
Details: IT HAS GOOD TRAILS,AND HILLS TO CLIMB. IT IS ABOUT 8 MILES LONG, AND I DO NOT KNOW HOW WIDE.IT IS BEST TO VISIT ANY TIME BESIDES SUMMER SO IT IS NOT TOO HOT. THERE ARE SOME
 
DUMONT DUNES OHV AREA
 
(Near Baker) BLM Barstow Field Office (760) 252-6000 www.ca.blm.gov/barstow/dumont.html DIRECTIONS: The riding area is south of the Armargosa River and east of State Highway 127, about 31 miles north of Baker, California. There are two ways of getting to the dunes. The Little Dunes staging and camping area is directly off Highway 127, conveniently located for immediate staging. One mile north of here, just off Highway 127, is Dumont Road, a dirt road which follows and crosses the river, leading to the main field of large dunes.
 
BIG PINE FLAT MOTORIZED TRAIL

San Bernardino National Forest (909) 383-5588
www.wildernet.com (type the name of the trail in the search area)
DIRECTIONS: (From the town of Fawnskin) Off Hwy 38 turn north on Rim of the World Street. Go past the fire station where the road will turn into Forest Road 3N14
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BUTTERCUP SAND DUNES
 
Imperial County (760) 767-4400 http://www.ca.blm.gov/elcentro/ImperialSandDunes/index.html DIRECTIONS: Located south of Interstate 8 approximately 40 miles east of El Centro
 
CARNEGIE SVRA
 
Livermore CA (925) 447-9027 http://ohv.parks.ca.gov DIRECTIONS: This area is located on Tesla/Corral Hollow Road at 18600 Corral Hollow Road, between Tracy and Livermore.
 
CLAY PIT SVRA
 
Butte County (530) 538-2200 http://ohv.parks.ca.gov DIRECTIONS: From Highway 70, west on Oroville Dam Boulevard (Highway 162), two miles south on Larkin
 
CORRAL CANYON
 
Cleveland National Forest Descanso District (619) 445-6235 www.sdorc.org/ohvareas/c_canyon/c_canyon.html DIRECTIONS: The Corral Canyon Off Road Vehicle Open Area is located within the southernmost third of Cleveland National Forest near Morena Reservoir. From the San Diego area, take I-8 east to Buckman Springs Road. Drive south 3.6 miles, turn right onto Corral Canyon Road and drive 6.2 miles to the Four Corners Trailhead. At the trailhead there is staging for over 12 miles of trails for all types of ORVs.
 
COW MOUNTAIN
 
Near Ukiah (707) 468-4000 www.ca.blm.gov/ukiah/cowmtn.html DIRECTIONS: From Ukiah, take State Highway 101 south to the Talmage exit. Go east on Talmage Road about 1.5 miles. Turn right at East Side Road. Travel less than 0.5 miles to Mill Creek Road, which is on the left. Continue east on Mill Creek Road 3 miles to turnoff for the North Cow Mountain Area and 5 miles for entrance to South Cow Mountain. Obtain a free map at the BLM office in Ukiah of the Cow Mtn Recreation Area. Travel trailers are not recommended on any of the roads leading to the South Cow Mountain area.
 
CRAB FLATS MOTORIZED TRAIL

San Bernardino National Forest (909) 383-5588
www.wildernet.com (type the trail name in the search box)
DIRECTIONS: (From Big Bear Lake) Head west down Hwy 18 past the Snow Valley Ski Area, turn right (north) onto the Green Valley Lake Road. One mile before the town of Green Valley turn north onto Forest Road 3N16 and 2N54
 
DUMONT DUNES OHV AREA
 
(Near Baker) BLM Barstow Field Office (760) 252-6000 www.ca.blm.gov/barstow/dumont.html DIRECTIONS: The riding area is south of the Armargosa River and east of State Highway 127, about 31 miles north of Baker, California. There are two ways of getting to the dunes. The Little Dunes staging and camping area is directly off Highway 127, conveniently located for immediate staging. One mile north of here, just off Highway 127, is Dumont Road, a dirt road which follows and crosses the river, leading to the main field of large dunes.

EL MIRAGE OHV RECREATION AREA
 
Barstow Field Office (760) 252-6000 www.ca.blm.gov/barstow/mirage.html DIRECTIONS: The riding area is located west of the town of Adelanto, between US Highway 395 and the Los Angeles County line. Most visitors access the area from US Highway 395 in Adelanto by taking Crippen Avenue west and following the signs toward the town of El Mirage. Just east of the community of El Mirage, Mountain View Road goes north from El Mirage Road and enters the El Mirage OHV Recreation Area. A sign at this intersection directs visitors to the recreation area

GLAMIS
 
Imperial County (760) 767-4400 http://www.ca.blm.gov/elcentro/ImperialSandDunes/index.html DIRECTIONS: Located Off Hwy 78 twenty-five miles east of Brawley

GORDONS WELL
 
Imperial County (760) 767-4400 http://www.ca.blm.gov/elcentro/ImperialSandDunes/index.html DIRECTIONS: Located off Interstate 8, approximately 40 milees east of El Centro

HEBER DUNES SVRA
 
Imperial County (760) 767-5391 http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=408 DIRECTIONS: The park (south of El Centro and I-8) is located eight miles east of the community of Heber on Heber Road. Access is via I-8 to State Highway 111 or 86. Hwy 86 becomes Heber Road where it intersects Hwy 111. Heber Dunes SVRA is bordered by Heber Road to the north and the Alamo Canal to the south and west. The new International border crossing into Baja, California, Mexico is located three miles south of the park

HOLLISTER HILLS SVRA
 
San Benito County
(831) 637-3874 www.hollisterhills.com DIRECTIONS: This area is about six miles south of Hollister at 7800 Cienega Road.

HUNGRY VALLEY SVRA
 
Los Angeles County (661) 248-7007 http://ohv.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=1192 DIRECTIONS: Hungry Valley is located in Gorman off of the I-5 freeway in the Tejon Pass, 60 miles north of Los Angeles and 55 miles south of Bakersfield. If traveling north on I-5, exit at the Gorman off-ramp. Turnleft at the stop sign onto Gorman Post Road, traveling under the freeway. Make a right onto Peace Valley Road. The entrance to the park is one mile north on Peace Valley Road, to the left. (If traveling south on I-5, turn right under the freeway.)

IMPERIAL SAND DUNES
 
Imperial County
(760) 767-4400 www.ca.blm.gov/elcentro/ImperialSandDunes/index.html DIRECTIONS: Access the dunes from Highway 78 or Interstate 8, east of El Centro and west of Yuma.


JOHNSON VALLEY OHV RECREATION AREA
 
Barstow Field Office (760) 252-6000 www.ca.blm.gov/barstow/johnson.html DIRECTIONS: The riding area is off Highway 247 (Old Woman Springs Road) and Camp Rock Road, about 55 miles southeast of Barstow or about 25 miles east of Victorville. Most visitors access the area off Camp Rock Road driving north off of Highway 247. Staging for many competitive events is at Anderson Dry Lake, about 10 miles north of Highway 247 just east of Camp Rock Road. There is also access north of Highway 247, driving east toward Yucca Valley, at Bessemer Mine Road (to get to Soggy Dry Lake) and Boone Road. All of these roads are graded dirt roads.

LARK CANYON
 
Eastern San Diego County BLM El Centro Field Office (760) 352-5842 www.ca.blm.gov/elcentro/larkcany.html DIRECTIONS: The Lark Canyon OHV area is located just west of the southern tip of the Anza Borrego State Park. The area can be reached from San Diego by taking I-8 east to the Boulevard/Manzanita exit and then Route 94 east to McCain Valley Road. The staging area is 5.2 miles north of I-8.

MAMMOTH BAR
 
Auburn State Recreation Area, Plaster and El Dorado Counties (530) 885-5821 DIRECTIONS: Located in the Sierra Nevada foothills about 30 miles northeast of Sacramento. The entrance to Mammoth Bar is located on Old Foresthill Road. The easiest access if off of I-80 north of Auburn. Take the Foresthill exit off I-80 and go east about 2.5 miles to the Old Foresthill Road. Turn right on Old Foresthill and the entrance is about 1.5 miles on the left.

MOJAVE NATIONAL PRESERVE
 
(FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE ROADS ONLY) Southeastern California (760) 255-8801 www.nps.gov/moja/ DIRECTIONS: The Preserve is easily reached via I-15 or I-40 east of Barstow and west of Needles and Las Vegas. There are six freeway exits that provide visitor access.

OCEANO DUNES SVRA
 
Formerly Pismo Dunes (805) 473-7220 www.oceanodunes.com

OCOTILLO WELLS SVRA
 
Near Borrego Springs (760) 767-5391 http://ohv.parks.ca.gov DIRECTIONS: The area is located in east San Diego County and in west Imperial County, access is via Hwy 78 approximately 35 miles east of Julian or approximately 20 miles west of Hwy 86

PLASTER CITY OPEN AREA
 
Imperial County (760) 767-4400 http://www.ca.blm.gov/elcentro/plaster_city.html DIRECTIONS: Interstate 8 East to Dunaway Road. Turn left at the stop sign, passing over I-8. At the end of Dunaway Rd. is Evan Hewes Hwy (Old 80). Turn left and head toward Plaster City. Plaster City East OHV entrance is about a mile up the road on the north side of Evan Hewes (your right). Plaster City West OHV entrace is about a mile or so past Plaster City on the north side of Evan Hewes (your right). From the North end of Imperial Valley: Take Hwy 86/78 to S30 (Forrester Rd), turn right. Proceed to Imler Road, turn right and follow until it dead-ends at Evan Hewes (Old 80). Turn right and head toward Plaster City (right in front of you). Plaster City East OHV entrance is about a mile up the road on the north side of Evan Hewes (your right). Plaster City West OHV entrace is about a mile or so past Plaster City on the north side of Evan Hewes (your right).

PRAIRIE CITY SVRA
 
Sacramento County (916) 985-7378 http://ohv.parks.ca.gov/default.asp?page_id=1221DIRECTIONS: The area is located 20 miles east of Sacramento at 13300 White Rock Road in Rancho Cordova

RASOR OHV AREA
 

(760) 262-6000 www.ca.blm.gov/barstow/rasor.html DIRECTIONS: The riding area is between I-15 and the Mojave National Preserve about 25 miles southwest of Baker. Access roads are Basin Road and Rasor Road east of the I-15. Both of these roads are graded dirt roads.
Location Name: Shasta offroad park
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): City of Shasta, CA USA
Details: Visit shasta in the winter. The staging area is at the base of Shasta Dam just north of Redding Ca. You cant cary enough fuel to see the whole area. Campsites next to staging area. Green sticker and approved spark arrestor required. Fire roads and trails. No crouds.
How to get there:North on I-5 past Redding. Take Shasta Dam off ramp. Follow signs to Shasta Dam. Drive accross Dam and follow road down hill to staging area.
 

SPANGLER HILLS Ridgecrest

(760) 384-5400 DIRECTIONS: From the south, use US 395 to the town of Red Mountain and then take the Trona-Red Mountain Road 7 miles north to the boundary of the OHV area. Teagle Wash, a great place to unload and begin your riding is another two miles north. From the City of Ridgecrest, take the Trona-Red Mountain Road from SR178. Spangler can also be accessed from within the City of Ridgecrest by traveling south aproximately 3 miles on College Heights Boulevard to the OHV area north boundary.

STODDARD VALLEY OHV AREA
 
Lucerne Valley, BLM Barstow Field Office (760) 252-6000 www.ca.blm.gov/barstow/stoddard.html DIRECTIONS: The riding area is in the wedge formed by I-15 and Claifornia Highway 247 (Barstow Road) south of Barstow. Most visitors access the area to the east off I-15 at the Outlet Center Drive exit (Sidewinder Road) or at the Hodge Road exit. From California 247 (Barstow Road exit) about 10 miles south of Barstow, turn off on Stoddard Wells Road or 15 miles south of Barstow at the access route behind the Slash X Cafe. All these entrances are dirt roads.

SUPERSTITION MOUNTAIN OPEN AREA
 
Imperial County (760) 767-4400 www.ca.blm.gov/elcentro/superstition.html DIRECTIONS: Interstate 8 East to Dunaway Road. Turn left at the stop sign, passing over I-8. At the end of Dunaway Rd. is Evan Hewes Hwy (Old 80). Turn right on Evan Hewes. Follow Evan Hewes to Huff Rd., turn left. (There will be houses on the right - south side of Evan Hewes - where you will be turning.) Follow Huff up to the Superstitions. Wheeler Rd. is a dirt road just before you go past the Superstitions to the playground. Turn left on Wheeler. Veer to the left. Follow the road around and when you come to the fork, veer to the right....follow down to the playground/competition area. From the North end of Imperial Valley: Take Hwy 86/78 to S30 (Forrester Rd), turn right. Proceed to Imler Road, turn right and follow to Wheeler Rd (past the big dip and just past the Superstitions) and make a right. Veer to the left. Follow the road around and when you come to the fork, veer to the right...follow down to the playground/competition area.

WILDOMAR OHV AREA
 
Cleveland National Forest (Near Mission Viejo) (714) 736-1811 www.goodtime.net/mvi/lomvi099.htm DIRECTIONS: Take I-5 to San Juan Capistrano. Exit the freeway onto the Ortega Hwy (Hwy 74) eastbound. Follow Hwy 74 east for approximately 25 miles to the Forest Service Station at El Cariso. Continue past the station for approximately 1000 feet to the intersection with Killen Road. Turn right and follow the road south for approximately 9 miles to the Wildomar OHV area.
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Colorado
 
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Location Name: Toylor Park
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Buena Vista, CO USA
Details: High mountain/forest with lots of water crossings. Skill level is intermeadiate to expert. Trail network is over 100 miles of single track with lots of water crossings and rocks. Good camping at Italian creek campground. Late sprint to early fall.
How to get there:HY 285 west through South Park CO. Turn right at the intersection of HY 50 and HY 285. Go one mile into Buena Vista, turn left at stop light. (road leading to cottonwood pass) Go over Cottonwood pass, at the base of the west side is Taylor Park store, go right around lake to Italin creek C.G. or left to Tin Cup. Trail heads both directions.
For more Information contact: Gunnison Rec. - Phone: 970-6410088
Submitted by: Tim Brink - tim.brink@den.galileo.comDate Submitted: 9/14/1998
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Location Name: Walden dunes
Type of Riding Place: Dunes
Location (closest city): Walden, CO USA
Details: Open sand dunes, hills, riverbeds & trails. Great riding area for
all levels. Best time to ride: Memorial Day thru late fall. Still
snow in some areas during April.
How to get there:From Denver: I70 (US 40) northwest about 67 miles, turn right

on HWY 125 heading northwest about 51 miles into the town of Walden.
Continue on HWY 125 northwest out of Walden about 20 miles to
county road 6, turn right and go about 10 miles (follow signs to sand dunes).
For more Information contact: Tony Perez - Phone: 303 (636)636-6323
Submitted by: Tony Perez - perez_tony@msmgate.mrg.uswest.comDate Submitted: 4/7/1998
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Location Name: Deer Trail
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): Keystone, CO USA
Details: WARNING: Some parts of this loop
system have 40% grades! Experienced riders only and with
GOOD brakes!
How to get there:Trailhead: Loveland Pass Exit off of I-70, head towards
Keystone Ski Resort Area. From the resort, follow the signs
to Montezuma. (About 6 miles). Past Montezuma the road is
gravel, and you need to watch for a large parking area on the
right. This is the start of the network of trails comprising the
Deer Trail System.(303)636-6323
Submitted by: Tony Perez - perez_tony@msmgate.mrg.uswest.comDate Submitted: 3/20/1998
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Connecticut
 
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Delaware
 
Location Name: Chesapeake bay and Deleware by canal
Type of Riding Place: Trails
Location (closest city): St. georges, Deleware, DE U.S.A.
Details: This area is so cool. The best time to go there is spring when its worm . What ever you do don't go on sundays. They have races. There is about 3 to 4 miles of dirt roads to explore. And there's branches off of those roads.
How to get there:I95 south to route 13 Then you will come to St. george's bridge. Just before there is a road going off to the right. Then there should be a sign on the right hand side.
Follow those roads just passed the sign. (dirt roads). Have fun!
For more Information contact: Deleware fish and wild life - Phone: The Phone Book
Submitted by: Bobby King -
wiseguy@iss.dccc.edu Date Submitted: 4/17/1997
 
District of Columbia
 
Florida
 
Location Name: Daytona Beach
Type of Riding Place: Dunes
Location (closest city): Daytona Beach, FL usa
Details: Daytona beach allows for a slow cruise of private four wheelers that have been tagged or there are many locations for four wheelers, golf cart,dune buggy and sand rail rentals to be driven on the steet as well as 17 miles of beaches.
How to get there:Daytona beach is most likely reached by traveling on 95 and then on 92 straight on to the sand
For more Information contact: Dune Bugies of Daytona - Phone: (904) 252-4385
Submitted by: Philip Dvorak -
Daytonabug@aol.com Date Submitted: 9/15/1998 

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Composed: 06/15/2005 | Modified: 01/20/2010
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